The group of equids, twelve engravings, includes representations of Equus (Asinus) hydruntinus, an extinct Pleistocene equid, and probably also of horse. Some are complete, others partial, due in part to an originally intentional portrayal as anatomical parts and also to natural deterioration. In the reproduction of the profiles some recurrent designs are observable.
(figures after Graziosi 1962 except for specific note of Tusa et al. 2013)
nn. 18a-b, 18c, 18d, 19, 20, 21, 22a-b, 22c, 23, 29d (da Graziosi 1962); figura 14 pannello D (da Tusa et alii 2013).